You have not said what country you are in. And are you willing to travel to another country to study?
If so I have a place to recommend.
Other than that, my recommendation would be to not consider since you may have to learn other software, you need to leave the Blender community. While it may not be a popular reality, not everyone here only uses Blender. Not everyone here is so dedicated to only using open source that they are not open to learning and using other tools.
Second. If you are thinking about going to college you are also thinking about getting a job I presume. And if you are thinking about getting a job then you should be open to learning Maya or 3D Max. Both you can get for free for 3 years at a time while you study.
And they will be an absolute requirement in most places you go.
You can still keep up with your Blender work and study, and also find ways to incorporate that into your school work.
In general if you are planning to go to school and spend that money and get a degree or whatever - something that may not help you get work now but will help you later in life if you want to use it for other jobs that require it - I would not paint myself into a corner and only learn and use Blender. You will limit your choices of places to work considerably.
This will change in the future. But we are not quite there yet.